LinkedIn: How to View Your Next Billing Date
LinkedIn has many great features to offer when it comes to hiring or getting hired. You can use it to build connections with people in your industry and stay in touch with people you’ve worked with in the past. But, since you saw that LinkedIn Premium offered the needed features, you decided to upgrade.
But, after a while, you decided to part ways with LinkedIn and its Premium features. Since you don’t want to get charged for another month or year, you want to know when the next billing date is. That way, you can cancel your subscription shortly before the next payment is due.
How to View Your LinkedIn Billing Date
Forgetting the billing date for any subscription is easy. You probably have various subscriptions and get the billing dates all mixed up. The good news is that finding when the next payment is due for your LinkedIn subscription is easy to find. Once you’ve signed into your LinkedIn account, click on the dropdown menu for the Me option. It should be right below your profile picture. When the dropdown menu opens, click on Settings and Privacy.
Make sure you’re in the Account Preferences section. That’s where it should open, but if it opens elsewhere, you’ll need to click on that option. Scroll down to the Subscription and payments section and click on Billing Info.
On the next page, you should see the date for your renewal and how much you’ll be charged. If you would rather not wait and cancel your LinkedIn subscription immediately, you’ll need to go back to Manage Premium Account, and the Cancel subscription button will be the second from the top. When you click on the cancel button, LinkedIn will show you all the features you’ll be losing. It gives you a side-by-side comparison of the features you get with the premium and free accounts.
That’s all there is to it when it comes to viewing when you’ll get billed next. If you’re unsure if you want to cancel or not, you can always set a reminder so you can cancel in time if you decide to go through with it. How close is your LinkedIn Billing date? Let me know in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.